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WhatsApp beta arrives for more users in native version on macOS

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After an extremely limited release to some users through TestFlight, WhatsApp beta has extended the distribution of its native version of its app to macOS.

The version can be downloaded directly from the official website and features an application optimized for Apple’s operating system, just like the Windows version.

A few months ago, WABetaInfo unveiled a new native WhatsApp app for macOS, built with Mac Catalyst. Thanks to that, he was able to take advantage of the full potential of the Cupertino giant’s operating system.

Previously, the app was available through TestFligh for beta testing, offering a limited number of downloads, which frustrated many users. Fortunately, the application had the distribution of the native beta version started, being possible to download it directly from its official website.

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The new native version built with Mac Catalyst brings a smoother experience to WhatsApp users on macOS, as it has been optimized to take advantage of all features, bringing greater speed and efficiency. In addition, its design was also reformulated to follow the visual language of the operating system, bringing a sidebar and the possibility of dragging files.

It is worth noting that despite being available on the official WhatsApp website, it is a beta version and some features may have problems. Also, some functions are not available but should arrive in future updates. At the bottom of the application you can report bugs and also give suggestions for improvements.

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